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19 Deerfield Residents Hustle up the Hancock

Deerfield based United Stationers’ team of 80 makes climb as well in annual Hustle up the Hancock.

Of the nearly 4,000 people from around the country to climb Chicago’s John Hancock Center Sunday to raise money and awareness to fight lung disease, 19 individuals and the largest corporate team were from Deerfield, according to sponsor Respiratory Health Association.

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Association board member Doug Graham of Deerfield ascended the building with his fiance, Dana Friedman Shulman, and all of their respective children. Two other .

Deerfield based United Stationers assembled a team of 80 climbers who raised more than $32,000, according Marketing and Communications Manager Julie O’Brien.

Hustle up the Hancock finishers from Deerfield were Gil Antokal, Bruce Brockstein, Reed Brockstein, Aaron Cowan, Dan D'Attilio, Steven Farber, Andrew Fersten, Albert Flores, Dana Friedman Shulman, Nina Graham, Reid Graham, Debbie Schmidt, Emma Shulman, Leah Shulman, Howard Yaffe, Mike Yang, Glenn Zagon and Hannah Zagon. Brett Monroe successfully completed the half climb.

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Robin Malis February 26, 2013 at 01:49 PM
I am pretty sure it's his fiance not finance. :)
Steve Sadin (Editor) February 26, 2013 at 02:55 PM
Thanks for the catch.

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